If you have no concentration and you are always out-of- focus towards life's purpose and goal, these 3 Tips may help you:
First, make the most or the use of a mentor. A personal mentor can help you focus your life in any number of ways. Mentors come in many ways, like a personal mentor or life coach. This person can be a counselor or friend who knows you well about your development and success so much that they will tell you the truth about your strengths and weaknesses.
A personal mentor should understand how you operate, how you respond to criticism, and how well you take compliments. They should genuinely want to see you succeed and be willing to invest time and energy in meetings with you to encourage you, advise you, listen to you, and counsel you on things to consider as you pursue your goals.
Other mentor is a spiritual counselor. This is a person of wisdom who understands the universal truths of life and will help you grapple with issues related to your faith and to your character and integrity. A family counselor will also do, especially if you are having a family problem, even if you also deal with management or strategic problem, you need to seek out a professional expert on this area, just to help you ease the stress and recover your control and balance of mind.
A practical counselor, for instance, is a friend who had had lots of life experience and who is highly concerned about what works and does not work. This person is one who will give you very practical tips on what to do or not to do to reach a specific goal.
At times, you may find that a person fills more than one of these roles. At times, you may find that you get these four types of wisdom from a small group of friends with whom you meet on a regular basis. These friends may be from your place of worship or your neighborhood, or professionals from your workplace or your general career area.
Those who help you focus your life need to be open, honest, and character-driven. You should admire the people from whom you receive counsel. You should be able to look at their lives and say, "I want to be more like them" or "I want to reflect his character." Look for people who have a track record of success in their lives, and who can keep confidence.
Secondly, work on your ability to concentrate. A vital dimension of focusing relates to your own ability to concentrate. People can give you wise counsel, but if you do not discipline your own mind to learn from them, and apply what they counsel you to do, you will be wasting your time and theirs.
Be attentive to what others say to you, and then immediately seek ways to apply their wisdom to your life. Write down the key points they make. Commit key concepts to memory and quote them to yourself frequently. If a mentor recommends a particular book to you, buy it and read it. Underline key passages and make notes. Pursue your goals with single minded focus.
And finally, choose to learn from mistakes. We know that errors may happen anytime. There is no way around them. Nobody is perfect and not only are we prone to making mistakes, but we live, work, and are in association with people who make mistakes every day.
You can learn good and valuable lessons from these oftentimes - painful experiences, including the mistakes that you, yourself were guilty of making. Do not get bogged down in that failure or mistake. Do not allow the situation to take on monumental proportions. Immediately ask yourself: what could I learn from this mistake? And what can I do to ensure that I do not make this mistake again?
To have focus is a vital factor to achieve one's goal and purpose in life. It takes patience and constant practice in order to master this discipline and assure success.